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All three accused in a sensational Sheena Bora murder case were sent to police custody till September 5

All three accused in a sensational Sheena Bora murder case were on Monday sent to police custody till September 5.

Prime accused Indrani Mukerjea, her former husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver Shyam Rai were produced before the Bandra court.sheena-indranea

Fresh charge of attempt to murder (Section 307) has been added by prosecution against Indrani and she has also been accused of attempting to kill Mikhael Bora, as reported by the media.

The police also said that they want to recover Sanjeev Khanna’s passport.

Earlier, Indrani Mukerjea’s counsel had complained to Mumbai Police Commissioner Rakesh Maria on Monday that his officers are resorting to pressuring methods to extract a confession from her.

The counsel said that they was not allowed to meet their client late on Saturday night and that Indrani’s face was bruised & swollen. The lawyers also alleged that the Mumbai police had beaten her up in custody, according to reports.

On Sunday, all three accused were taken to the spot in Raigad, where Sheena’s body was dumped, to recreate the crime scene.

Indrani Mukerjea’s former husband Sanjeev Khanna and her driver Shyam Rai were today taken to Raigad district to ‘recreate’ the crime scene in the Sheena Bora murder case by Mumbai Police as investigators sought to gather evidence.

Police are also probing Mikhail’s claim that just hours before Indrani and Sanjeev met Sheena on April 24, 2012 and took her for what would be the last drive of her life, Indrani had also allegedly drugged him. By the time they came back, the suspicious, groggy Mikhail had fled.


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